Jonas Brothers Album Finished, Most Likely to be Released in the Fall

It’s been a long four years for Jonas Brothers fans, but their fifth studio album is finally “completely finished” and ready to be released. We’ve already heard some of it with “First Time,” the first track that was dropped on June 25. But Kevin Jonas says that this time around, the brothers used different inspirations and influences so that they could bring fans a completely different sound.

While the group relied on sounds from the Beatles and the Jackson 5 in the past, Kevin said, this time around they tried “new music, influences that were happening for us now.” Those include the likes of Frank Ocean, Miguel, and Calvin Harris among others. The results are a sound that’s different from what the band has produced in the past.

Kevin says those inspirations “really adapted to the way we were thinking and where we were at. We were just trying to be who we were and who we are, and I think that really helped.”

The brothers needed that help, too. After releasing “Lines, Vines, and Trying Times” in 2009 they went back into the studio almost immediately wanting to get to work on their next album. But it just wasn’t happening.

“We got in the studio and starting writing and it didn’t feel right, so we took some time off,” continued Kevin.

The album, while fully inspired and completely finished, still doesn’t have a release date, nor does it have a name. But the brothers think that it will “definitely” come out in the fall.

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